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eBook The Yoga Zoo Adventure: Animal Poses and Games for Little Kids (SmartFun Activity Books) ePub

eBook The Yoga Zoo Adventure: Animal Poses and Games for Little Kids (SmartFun Activity Books) ePub

by Barbara van Amelsfort,Helen Purperhart

  • ISBN: 0897935055
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Barbara van Amelsfort,Helen Purperhart
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hunter House; 1 edition (August 28, 2008)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1250 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1741 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf rtf doc
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 186

Description

Series: SmartFun Activity Books. Paperback: 160 pages. It is a book for adults to read to their children. There are very few pictures or illustrations for the kids to look at and then replicate

Series: SmartFun Activity Books. There are very few pictures or illustrations for the kids to look at and then replicate. The beautiful illustrations on the cover are deceptive - very little of the inside of the book is like the front cover. The authors appear not to have the basic knowledge that body skills are well taught to young children via pictures.

The Yoga Zoo Adventure: Animal Poses and Games for Little Kids. The Yoga Zoo Adventure - Helen Purperhart. Think your little acrobat is too young to understand the Sun Salutation?

The Yoga Zoo Adventure: Animal Poses and Games for Little Kids. by Helen Purperhart and Barbara van Amelsfort Barbara. This ingenious book uses the postures and movements of zoo animals to teach yoga movements to children. The first part of the book covers theoretical and practical information for parents and teachers working with yoga. Think your little acrobat is too young to understand the Sun Salutation?

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The Yoga Zoo Adventure is a delightful book for children and parents alike

The Yoga Zoo Adventure is a delightful book for children and parents alike. What a wonderful way to work both bonding time and exercise into a family's day. In today's society, is seems more and more difficult to find time and ways to really include vitally important family time in our daily lives. The book has 106 actvivties or games that start from a child waking in the morning, riding in a bus to the zoo, visiting all animals in the zoo, riding back home in a bus, and eventually going to bed. These activites teach kids life skills and while allowing them to broaden their imagination. The book also has animal fables and a section with descriptions of all the animals.

Helen Purperhart, Barbara Van Amelsfort. Part two takes readers to every part of the zoo, from the insect and reptile houses to the ape cage and the oceanarium. Here youngsters come face to face with a tiger, look in the eyes of a giraffe, do the monkey dance, and walk as gracefully as a flamingo. Part three introduces the rules of the yoga lifestyle through a number of animal.

Part three introduces the rules of the yoga lifestyle through a number of animal fables. Part four contains background information about the animals described in the book.

Product Information Smartfun Activity Bks. Age Range. Illustrated by. Barbara Van Amelsfort.

This ingenious book uses the postures and movements of zoo animals to teach yoga movements to children. Smartfun Activity Bks.

The Yoga Zoo Adventure. Animal Poses and Games for Little Kids (SmartFun Activity Books). Published February 28, 2008 by Hunter House.

This ingenious book uses the postures and movements of zoo animals to teach yoga movements to children. The first part of the book covers theoretical and practical information for parents and teachers working with yoga. Part two takes readers to every part of the zoo, from the insect and reptile houses to the ape cage and the oceanarium. Here youngsters come face to face with a tiger, look in the eyes of a giraffe, do the monkey dance, and walk as gracefully as a flamingo. Part three introduces the rules of the yoga lifestyle through a number of animal fables. Part four contains background information about the animals described in the book.

Comments

Bumand Bumand
Not what I expected at all. Wish I would have read the one-star review. I bought the book as a gift for my young niece because it says clearly on the cover A Smart Fun Book for ages 3-7. This book is NOT for CHILDREN directly, since it is explaining the exercises and offering information for ADULTS--adults that want to read the exercises out loud or create their own ideas from the book. It's also not really a yoga book. It's just a movement book. It holds many sweet ideas that are very educational about animals and contains many animal stories without illustrations! It may be a great resource for teachers (yoga or school) to get ideas, but adults must translate what they read into something engaging. I'll use it to inform my own yoga teaching, but definitely would not give this as a gift to a parent or child.
Mr_Jeйson Mr_Jeйson
Great for a kindergarten class.
Renthadral Renthadral
Written for adults to use with children. Not a children's book.
Bluecliff Bluecliff
My granddaughter and I love to follow these poses.
Zovaithug Zovaithug
The book is ok, not really what I had hoped!
thrust thrust
Easy to follow and remember while teaching to children. Fun, creative but need to alternate with other games to keep interest of kids peaked.
Umrdana Umrdana
Good product for kids, do recommend, shows several ways to play with children and to spend quality time. It stimulates creativity in several ways.
Hi - I am disappointed with this book. My mistake for buying it. It is a book for adults to read to their children. There are very few pictures or illustrations for the kids to look at and then replicate. The beautiful illustrations on the cover are deceptive - very little of the inside of the book is like the front cover. The authors appear not to have the basic knowledge that body skills are well taught to young children via pictures. Yoga is a full body experience, not a language experience of reading and temporal lobe translation.